gee tee eff oh

Mom: Let’s make a deal.

George: Nope.
Mom: You haven’t even heard what I’m going to offer.
George: Nope.
Mom: Anyways. If you don’t get a job before next year, I want you to leave Texas. Go to California, Taiwan, Seattle, or Maryland. I don’t kur; get a job.
George: Wait, why do you want it before next year?
Mom: No reason…
George: Wait a second, that’s when you have to update your insurance. You want me to lower your insurance!
Mom: …–I got to cook dinner.
How mighty will the Lord be to mightily save…

3 thoughts on “gee tee eff oh

  1. My mom said the same thing to me. Except I didn't get a year to do it. Man up, can't keep living with your mommy your whole life.

  2. I don't stay with my parents out of convenience but more out of love. 'Cause to be honest, I did enjoy living with roommates a lot more.

    Growing up, my parents were always working and I feel like I never got to know them as people. There's a chance to do that now. And lastly, they do not love Jesus, and I just want to minister or play any role in that, that God will let me.

    I am waiting for that one day my family will just pray together, fellowship, and talk about God.

  3. After being in a similar situation for well over a year, the one thing I've learned is that what I thought I wanted to do and what I thought was best for me, ultimately looks like it was not what God had in store for me. So be open to all possibilities!

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